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  1. ... a scientific concept that has been demonstrated in some particles . It's discovery, and exploration, needs to proceed with a scientific ethos...

    5 Answers · Arts & Humanities · 26/10/2012

  2. Have we now been reduced to multiple choice questions? A. Yes B. No

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  3. ... ! Emptiness can create subatomic particle . The infinity, Infinitude, ...the creation of Universe, the creation of subatomic particles by the Emptiness is ...

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  4. Atoms don't have intentions.

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  5. Radioactive elements emit subatomic particles at a predictable rate. As these particles are shed, the ...

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  6. Neutrino, because there is more to them than meets the eye and they can go through anything and everything.

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  7. I am fine with anything so long as I can have my chocolates and ice creams. Sometimes it makes sense not to dig too deep. Extremely intelligent or knowledgable blokes can't seem to manage to be quite happy...... neither with...

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  8. Swap for carbon. Replace the contingent element with one that has a low probability of radioactive decay.

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  9. Some of the statements are a bit to radical compared to what I know of (cognitive) neuroscience but if you're in to that kinda of stuff you should take a look at this... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DwCaZaSon9A&feature=related

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  10. That computer would probably be able to play Flight Simulator X.

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